5GB of free cloud storage
Google has finally launched its response to Dropbox and Microsoft's SkyDrive
It finally happened! After several rumors and speculations Google releases its Google Drive service to all users out there who want to storage things on the cloud. With the initial (and free) quota of 5GB, the Google Drive positions itself between the 2GB of Dropbox (Upgradeable to more than 20GB performing certain taks) and the 25GB (For old users. 7GB for new ones) of SkyDrive. Furthermore, there are paid upgrades available for all of those who need more storage. Like both competitors, Google Drive offers a desktop client for syncing on a variety of devices and even Android and iOS Apps to do that.
If you are interested, you can activate your Google Drive account in the link below.
OFFICIAL SITE: http://drive.google.com
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